Take On Faith listeners may be interested in knowing that host Xolani Kacela has been a guest on Randy Harris' Monday show Think Again talking about his new book Jumpstart Your Allyship: Five Easy Steps to Ally with BIPOCs (Black, Indigenous People, and other people Of Color).
Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp and editor Dave Burge inform listeners about what's going on in Las Cruces and highlight some of the articles in the new issue of the newspaper.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman talked to the candidates for the Soil and Water Conservation District: Gill. M Sorg and Joshua J. Switzer.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman talked to the candidates for the Las Cruces City Council District 5: David A. Telford, Normand Robert Paquette and Becky Ann Corran.
Jennifer Atkinson, an associate professor of environmental humanities at the University of Washington, will talk about her upcoming presentation titled “Climate Anxiety, Grief and Hope: Moving From Angst to Action,” which will be part of the NMSU Climate Change Education Seminar Series.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman discussed items in the news including John Gruden losing his coaching job and whether there's a possibility the U.S. is entering an era when we'll see one-party rule.
Democrats in the New Mexico Legislature will soon have to choose between good government and good politics.
On the side of good government is the New Mexico Citizen Redistricting Committee, a seven-member board headed by former Supreme Court Justice Edward Chavez, which has been holding public meetings throughout the state to gather input from residents to guide the redrawing of political district maps, as required every 10 year after the census.
According to the group’s website, it’s mission is to, “propose district lines that are drawn fairly, through a transparent, open and participatory process,” and to “develop maps that allow New Mexico voters to choose their representatives, not the other way around.”
Lisa Lucca talks with the owner of the hottest new place in town for food and drinks, Arianna Parsons of Willow + Blaine, about opening a restaurant in a pandemic and all the ways she is a leader in Las Cruces.
In this, the second conversation about how to "Jumpstart Your Allyship" host Randy Harris and guest Xolani Kacela Ph.D. explore guideline #2 - "Interrogate Your Own Feelings and Status". The conversation touches on the internal processes we may experience, and the nature of the external ways we may manifest new thinking and behavior. Find free online access to "Jumpstart Your Allyship" at https://revdrxk.com/
Stuart Kelter interviews Iñigo García-Bryce, Professor of History at New Mexico State University since 1999, whose research focuses on Latin America, especially Peru, where he grew up. His books include Crafting the Republic: Lima’s Artisans and Nation-Building in Peru, 1821-1879 published in 2004 and Haya de la Torre and the Pursuit of Power in Twentieth Century Peru and Latin America, published in 2018. He was the Director of NMSU’s Center for Latin American and Border Studies since 2011-2016.
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